The Catalan Grand Prix of the MotoGP World Championship 2012 begins to have unreal tints. Especially if we take into account the Moto2 soap opera after the incident between Pol Espargaró and Marc Márquez three laps from the end. If this weekend they had you locked up, or you just landed after a space mission and you don't know what I'm talking about, I recommend that you read the chronicle of the race.
On Sunday it seemed that everything had been settled, with the International Motorcycling Federation withdrawing the sanction on Marc Márquez. However, the Pons 40 HP Tuenti team in which Pol Espargaró is a member has decided to present a appeal to the CDI Court (International Disciplinary Committee) of the International Motorcycle Federation. The CDI is the one that ultimately judges the events that occur in competition.
So much the Pons 40 HP Tuenti team and Pol Espargaró himself feel harmed with the decision taken by the FIM, which allows the Repsol Honda rider to maintain his third place and thus 16 points while Pol, in addition to not getting any points, could have suffered serious injuries.
In the statement, Pons 40 HP Tuenti It is very clear that it was Marc Márquez's fault:
Now, the president of the international judicial commission of the FIM, Clotilde Galy, will designate the members who will form the International Disciplinary Committee (CDI) and who will be in charge of calling the different parties involved and preparing the report with which it will be taken the relevant decision. This will be immovable and there will no longer be possibilities of subsequent resources.
You can read the full statement from the Pons 40 HP Tuenti team at this link.